George Home Rice Cooker Was £12 Now £9 Free C&C @ Asda George
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George Home Rice Cooker Was £12 Now £9 Free C&C @ Asda George

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George home rice cooker

Been posted last month but went back upto £12..

Now back down to £9 incase anyone missed it!

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I brought this awhile back, it's fantastic. I use it all the time.
something I didn't know I needed!
skyeday14 m ago

something I didn't know I needed!


Personally im the same, pan and boiling water works just fine.. but my mother in-law always mythers me for stuff like this (along with the slow cooker thing) so looked around and this seemed a good price
Got one of these for £9 last time on offer. Makes great fluffy rice. No more stodgy thick pan gloop.
Just don't stir rice in a pan while it's cooking and you'll get the same!
I bought this last time .Im still trying to get the right rice to water ratio.
Vanmeerkat5 m ago

I bought this last time .Im still trying to get the right rice to water …I bought this last time .Im still trying to get the right rice to water ratio.



Don't you just use the included measuring cup? Doesn't this work?
stec7713 m ago

Don't you just use the included measuring cup? Doesn't this work?

Hi
I do yes , first time I did as we manual for every cup rice to 2.5 cups water but the rice was like rice pudding ,second time I've reduced 2 cups water for every cup rice but still a bit stodgy .So I'm gonna try ,for every cup rice to 1+3/4 cups water
Vanmeerkat19 m ago

HiI do yes , first time I did as we manual for every cup rice to 2.5 cups …HiI do yes , first time I did as we manual for every cup rice to 2.5 cups water but the rice was like rice pudding ,second time I've reduced 2 cups water for every cup rice but still a bit stodgy .So I'm gonna try ,for every cup rice to 1+3/4 cups water



On the website it shows "Before use you usually add between 1 to 1.5 cups per every cup of rice (using measuring cup supplied) ". You might have better results with that
Vanmeerkat21 m ago

HiI do yes , first time I did as we manual for every cup rice to 2.5 cups …HiI do yes , first time I did as we manual for every cup rice to 2.5 cups water but the rice was like rice pudding ,second time I've reduced 2 cups water for every cup rice but still a bit stodgy .So I'm gonna try ,for every cup rice to 1+3/4 cups water


I use 1.5 water to 1 rice for basmati, you do need to keep an eye on it towards the end of cooking time and knock it down to warm before it starts to stick to the sides. When i used more water it started to go mushy. My saudi rice recipe is awesome in it.
Postcard24 m ago

On the website it shows "Before use you usually add between 1 to 1.5 cups …On the website it shows "Before use you usually add between 1 to 1.5 cups per every cup of rice (using measuring cup supplied) ". You might have better results with that

Cheers for that .
As per the next user ,they state they knock it off cook to warm towards the end of the cooking time .I've just left mine both times to knock itself off then go onto the warm function. A bit confused now🤔
I've never had a batch not burn yet. tried multiple rice water combos. manual says once it auto shuts off to warm leave for ten mins. mine seems to just burn the bottom of the rice. maybe mines just a dodgy unit?
With the previous five or so posts I'm maybe regretting ordering this. I normally just use boil in the bag rice and usually it comes out fine if I follow the timings.
stec774 m ago

With the previous five or so posts I'm maybe regretting ordering this. I …With the previous five or so posts I'm maybe regretting ordering this. I normally just use boil in the bag rice and usually it comes out fine if I follow the timings.


I've read a lot of positive reviews so wouldn't jump to conclusions to soon. I just can't seem to achieve the same results unfortunately. it says not to stir and leave for ten mins once cooked, but il perhaps ignore that for the next attempt 😊
The one I have has a measure inside the pan; two cups of rice, water level to 2 etc. 9 times out of 10 it's perfect (for brown rice I add a bit more water).
lenmar4 h, 1 m ago

I've never had a batch not burn yet. tried multiple rice water combos. …I've never had a batch not burn yet. tried multiple rice water combos. manual says once it auto shuts off to warm leave for ten mins. mine seems to just burn the bottom of the rice. maybe mines just a dodgy unit?


I have this unit.
Have not had experience of this rice cooker burn my rice so far.
I used long grain rice, thai jasmine rice, basmati rice.
I wash rice several times, till water is no longer cloudy ie starch makes it cloudy.
I dont use cup to measure water but water is above rice up to first joint of finger touching top of rice.
Put on cover.
Leave till done.
Avoid opening cover to check if done as it lets off the steam.
If that happens, rice is liable to burn...
I also have a Russell Hobs rice cooker and that burns consistently. Havent found receipt yet.
Well I'm going to have another go. Just wondering if there is an issue with the element on mine. Tried 1R/1W, 1R/1.5W, 1R/2W, 1R/2.5W. Washed rice before, turned on and waited for the autocook to turn off without lifting lid. Each time ive taken it out after 10mins warmed. Manual says you can leave it on warm for extended periods of time! I'd end up with a brick after 15mins. Will try earlier suggestion of stirring earlier so removing lid after auto cook. I really think mine must be faulty though. Thanks for the tips anyway.
If its a brick, video it, take it back...
Its not a rice cooker,
its a brick-maker.
Hope you find your receipt.
We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and delighting in the ease of use and lack of mess. We often manage to boil the pain over before turning the gas down! Easy to get distracted from keeping an eye on the pan..

From what I've experienced (pan or rice cooker) different types or even brands of rice might require adjustment of the water used. Last time

FInger Xxed this does the job and the TCB £2.50 promo works!
Thx OP!
Edited by: "Savaholic" 12th Jan
Savaholic23 m ago

We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and …We've been after a cheap Rice cooker since borrowing one a while back and delighting in the ease of use and lack of mess. We often manage to boil the pain over before turning the gas down! Easy to get distracted from keeping an eye on the pan.. From what I've experienced (pan or rice cooker) different types or even brands of rice might require adjustment of the water used. Last time FInger Xxed this down the job and the TCB £2.50 promo works!Thx OP!


Thats great to hear! Glad its been useful to some yw
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